How to login to ACT?

ACT can be accessed from any device with an internet browser (we recommend using Microsoft Edge or Chrome), including desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

Do NOT use Internet Explorer. Use Firefox ONLY if you have already configured it for CAC, which requires ActivClient. Visit the ACT login page and enter your AKO or CAC to enter Army Career Tracker. After visiting the login page, your browser may display a security alert. This happens because the Department of Defense does not safeguard its websites with standard SSL certificates. Instead, the Defense Department protects its own websites.

ACT Army
ACT Army

In addition, when logged in to ACT, military members frequently encounter the inability to create IDP. After logging in, navigate to the IDP tab and select Create New IDP beneath the IDP portlet.

To access ACT Army, follow these steps:

  1. Connect your CAC reader with CAC inserted to your computer. (Computer will recognize with an audible ding and icon in the task bar).
  2. Open a fresh web browser (Microsoft Edge or Chrome; Firefox only if configured with ActivClient) and go to Army Career Tracker (ACT).
  4. Select the AUTHENTICATION certificate when prompted.
  5. Enter your six-digit PIN for your CAC.
  6. Having questions or issues? See the contact information below

Army Career Tracker (ACT) Help Desk:

Phone – 1-800-275-2872

Email – [email protected]

What is ACT Army and How to Access Them ?

ACT Army – Developed by the Institute for Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development of the US Army Training and Doctrine Command, the Army Career Tracker is a web-based tool that delivers Army leadership development information to noncommissioned officers.

Through the ACT, Army personnel – enlisted, civilian cohorts and officers – can monitor progress toward their career, training, and education goals and manage their professional development. There are more than a dozen different systems that integrate with the ACT. A system such as this provides information history for your assignment, training, education, and certification.

ACT Army
ACT Army

For instance, if you wish to see Army Training Resources and Requirements (ATRRS) and a different educational system, you must use the Army Career Tracker. The most beneficial aspect of the Army Career Tracker is the monetarization of career advancement and the ability to receive personalized advice. In the Army Career Tracker, your superiors can advise you on how to move up the career ladder.

What future Endeavors does the Army want to undertake?

A vital feature of the ACT is its promotion of continuous learning for Soldiers and Army civilians. There are more than 400,000 Army personnel who can monitor their career development more efficiently and effectively with the ACT.

As part of the ACT, leaders and mentors are provided with a framework for creating personal development plans, which enhance personal counseling. Therefore, more than 21,000 suggestions have been developed by leaders and supervisors, and users have established more than 68,000 goals. As a result of the ACT, soldiers and civilians have the opportunity to set short- and long-term objectives and develop plans to accomplish them. They achieve this by creating a plan and events, deciding points, and results. The ACT also allows users to track their development relative to established professional milestones.

As part of the ACT, Soldiers and civilians will be assisted in transitioning and receiving sponsorship. A formal development program will be established in the ACT to ensure that Soldiers are both military and career ready from the start of their careers in the Army.

Individual development plans will be created utilizing the ACT. This will ensure that soldiers understand the career readiness standards they must meet before being separated from the service.

Why is it so critical for the Army?

The ACT provides a valuable method for carrying out and facilitating transition policy as the basis for enhancing career and leadership opportunities. The ACT enables soldiers and civilians to work with mentors and leaders to improve their career planning and development.